So the attack on the Constitution begins. Removing the Thomas Jefferson Statue.
Thomas Jefferson statue torn down — WATCH
A signee of the US constitution was ripped down by protesters on Tuesday, footage uploaded to social media shows.
The near 200-year-old statue was torn down after standing at NYC hall for the last two decades.
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What a perfect way to bring All Americans together.
An incoming attack on Boston Navy Base ie USS Constitution.
The 1st American Navy Ship.
Is Mr Pool showing an attack on Boston Naval Base?
Battle Of Bunker Hill?
Paul Revere’s Ride
Old North Church
Naval Ship Crashes
Bigger than you know
MR.POOL – THE LAUNCH OF THE SHIP
The audio message is an EBS:
“This is not a test, the emergency alarm system has been activated, the telephone lines must be kept closed. Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Pennsylvania, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle and Washington DC “
A list of cities, all with ports or military naval bases, the first two:
– Boston Navy Yard: It was one of the oldest shipbuilding structures of the United States Navy.
– Chicago: Naval Station Great Lakes is the home of the United States Navy’s only training camp, located near North Chicago Naval Station Great Lakes – https://en.qaz.wiki/wiki/Naval_Station_Great_Lakes
– Pennsylvania = Philadelphia, there is a shipyard on Delaware …
The rest of the cities on both the east and west coasts, departure points for the China Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
Last mentioned Washington DC, a Fincantieri headquarters. Why does Pool warn us of already official naval military operations ?!
Boston Navy Yard
One hundred ninety-nine years ago today, the USS Constitution defeated a British warship, HMS Java, off of Brazil in one of the great triumphs in American naval history. After Old Ironsides’ victory, the British admiralty forbade its frigates from taking on the US Navy in single combat, for fear of being overmatched. The Constitution remains the pride of Boston Harbor, where it was built. It is well worth a visit to the Charlestown Navy Yard, a starting point for celebrating the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
The War of 1812 raised questions that are still relevant: When must the United States take military action? How deeply should the country entangle itself in foreign alliances? When is “a war of choice’’ appropriate? The United States experienced moments of glory – such as the defense of Fort McHenry in Baltimore, which inspired the lyrics to “The Star-Spangled Banner’’ – and of abject humiliation, like the burning of Washington, D.C.
The Constitution was the vehicle for some of the greatest military victories of the war. Two centuries later, it should serve as an entry point for understanding a somewhat forgotten war whose lessons remain vital today.
Think about the reversal of 1871 Act of England & Balfour Declaration.
Think about the importance of the Battle Of Bunker Hill.
To this whole entire thing.